Life

LIFE UPDATE: Adjusting to the Coronavirus

Hi everyone! Since I have been wrapped up in Reckless Behavior The Series, I haven't blogged in a while. Therefore, I decided that it was time to give ya'll an update. In the beginning of quarantine, I wasn't as pissed off as everyone else. I was actually happy to be able to work from home,… Continue reading LIFE UPDATE: Adjusting to the Coronavirus

My Life Be Like, poetry

Little Brown Boy

This one time in 2020… I had to tell my son about his chocolate skin in America… How his skin is so dark he might be mistaken for a monkey or a hoodlum. How his big natural curly afro can be offensive to some people with no melanin in their skin. How to keep his… Continue reading Little Brown Boy

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Dear (Insert Your Name Here)

Life requires us to perform an overview on those around us. We get use to the comfort of people, places, and even ourselves that we forget to acknowledge our appreciation. If not our appreciation, then just our growth or changed perception. Sometimes our actions aren’t reflective of the words we have in our hearts. Our… Continue reading Dear (Insert Your Name Here)

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Quarantine and ME !

Sitting in the house these past few weeks has really shed some light on ME! I did not realize how many things that I could be doing in this time to take care of myself and also get some work done. So I thought I would share a bit of my list with you all. … Continue reading Quarantine and ME !

Hidden Gems

Meet 5-Year-Old Basketball Prodigy Sosa Cruz

Basketball prodigy Sosa Taeko Cruz was born in Atlanta, Georgia on May 10, 2014. She is the fourth born of five children and in her spare time she enjoys gymnastics, watching Spongebob Squarepants and playing with her Shopkins. Her first love, however, is basketball. Sosa attended her 1st high school basketball game at nine months… Continue reading Meet 5-Year-Old Basketball Prodigy Sosa Cruz

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Talking SPIT: A Guide to Your Bowel Movements

If you are familiar with the incredible show that is "MTV's Wild 'N Out," I am sure you have heard of the game "Talking Spit." If not, Nick Cannon and a guest, fill their mouths up with water, and try not to spit it out by laughing. It is one of my favorite games on… Continue reading Talking SPIT: A Guide to Your Bowel Movements

Hidden Gems, Press Releases

Alonge Hawes Wins Big At Cult Critic Movie Awards

In a time in our country where causes for celebration are few and far in-between, Alonge Hawes has reason to be festive. The auteur and his critically acclaimed series Black On Both Sides were big winners at this month’s Cult Critic Movie Awards. Black On Both Sides was awarded Best Web/New Media and Hawes himself… Continue reading Alonge Hawes Wins Big At Cult Critic Movie Awards

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Living Single 2020: 8 Reasons to Stay Single this Year

1.SECURE THE BAG! Being single allows you to stack up your money and secure the bag.  There's nothing worse than running into financial issues with your partner, however, when you are single, you are not obligated to share the wealth and you can spend or stack your money freely.  The only adult who gets to enjoy… Continue reading Living Single 2020: 8 Reasons to Stay Single this Year

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Misha’s Room Episode 2.3: Suit Up

Blessed risings my loves! Rest in peace and prosperity Kobe, GiGi, and the other lives that were tragically lost in the helicopter crash. Welcome back to Misha's Room! Happy New Year, happy holidays, welcome to 2020. This is Black History Month, and today is all about Suit Up! Suit Up was written to pay homage to… Continue reading Misha’s Room Episode 2.3: Suit Up